yagazieemezi

oooh-gurl:

vic-vicious:

diokpara:

dancing at home, the best self care workout. the song is ‘africa hoye’ by toofan and recently, it’s become this magical pick-me-up. every time i listen to it, it just makes me so goddamn happy because soukous and soccer. you can watch the music video for it here. - azemezi

im so glad for this person feeling so good, like look at this, this is wonderful, i want to watch this everyday

Beautiful

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Writing Blackness Harlem | Paris Exhibit Now Closed

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Exhibit designer Joseph “JR” Sanders reflected on the screen showing the documentary film ”From These Roots.” 

Photography by Terrence Jennings 

The Writing Blackness Harlem | Paris exhibit is now closed due to unforeseen circumstances that have affected all exhibits in the 155th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue location. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope to share more photos and information from the exhibit on this companion site. 

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Roland Hayes The classic music of Roland Hayes (1887-1977), Paul Robeson (1898-1976), and Marian Anderson (1897-1993) was introduced to the world during the Harlem Renaissance. Hayes, a lyric tenor who began his professional career in 1911 with the Fisk Jubilee Singers, is considered the first African- American male artist to receive international acclaim. He first toured Europe in 1920.

writingblackness:

Roland Hayes

The classic music of Roland Hayes (1887-1977), Paul Robeson (1898-1976), and Marian Anderson (1897-1993) was introduced to the world during the Harlem Renaissance. Hayes, a lyric tenor who began his professional career in 1911 with the Fisk Jubilee Singers, is considered the first African- American male artist to receive international acclaim. He first toured Europe in 1920.